Our Supporters

Many Thanks to All of Our Supporters!

None of our work would be possible without the many people and organizations who support us with their time, expertise, and giving. From pro bono attorneys representing our clients in court, to volunteers spending their Saturday with us at a Citizenship Fair, to all of our faithful donors: we are so grateful for our broad base of community support.

Community Partners

We believe collaboration brings about the best results. Our community partners stand alongside us in our mission, offering their guidance, support, and resources to maximize our collective impact.

ACE Leadership High School


Albuquerque High School

Catholic Charities (Archdiocese of Santa Fe and Las Cruces)

Center for Civic Policy

Centro Savila

Comunidades En Acción Y De Fé

Diocesan Migrant and Refugee Services, Inc.

El CENTRO de Igualdad y Derechos


Enlace Comunitario

Esperanza Shelter

Health Leadership High School

Highland High School

Innovation Law Lab

La Familia Medical Center

Lutheran Family Services

Mexican Consulate

National Immigrant Justice Center

New Mexico Asian Family Center

New Mexico Dream Team / United We Dream

New Mexico Dreamers in Action

New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice

New Mexico Bar Children’s Law Section

New Mexico Bar Immigration Law Section

New Mexico Legal Aid

Nusenda Credit Union

Partnership for Community Action

Pegasus Legal Services

Prosperity Works

Santa Fe Dreamers Project


Somos Un Pueblo Unido

South Valley Academy

SouthWest Organizing Project

Transgender Resource Center

UNM School of Law


Access to Justice Commission—Consolidated Legal Service Fund

American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) – Texas Chapter

Civil Legal Service Commission

County of Santa Fe

Crime Victims Reparation Commission (CVRC)

Doris Goodwin Walbridge Foundation

Equal Justice Works

Hispanics in Philanthropy

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

McCune Charitable Foundation

Mexican Consulate

Nusenda Foundation

Santa Fe Community Foundation

United Way of Central New Mexico

U.S. Department of Justice / Office of Violence Against Women